8 CE

8 Hours Lecture AGD Subject Code: 690

PACE Certification for Implant Beginnings

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Our Course Objectives

At the completion of this course, participants will be able to…

  1. Apply Implanting Mentors presentation of evidenced- based research and knowledge when treating dental implant related complications.
  2. Distinguish the research focus is shift from description of clinical success to identifications of factors causing implant failures.
  3. Identify complications and their etiology.
  4. Identify that complications are generally a result of adverse anatomy, biologic, mechanical, medical/ medication, radiographic, technical, treatment planning (surgical and prosthetic) issues.
  5. Learn local complications in dental implant surgery of early stage and late stage.
  6. Recognize, assess, resolve and prevent complications associated with implant related procedures.


  • Anatomical complications, atrophied bone, angulation of bone.
  • Surgical complications, hemorrhage and hematoma, neurosensory disturbances, damage to adjacent teeth.
  • Biologic complications, Inflammation, dehiscence and recession, peri-implantitis and bone loss, implant loss or failure.
  • Mechanical complications, poor implant position, insufficient posterior support, inadequate available bone, excessive force (Bruxism), screw loosening, loosening or fracture of the implant, joint separating forces.
  • Medical/medication complications, bleeding problems, bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw.
  • Radiographic complications, noise and scatter, motion artefacts and resolution.
  • Technical complications, screw loosening and fracture, implant fracture, fracture of restorative materials.
  • Treatment planning complications, biomechanical
  • Esthetic and phonetic complications.
  • Early-stage complications, infection, edema, ecchymosis and hematomas, emphysema, bleeding, flap dehiscence, sensory disorders.
  • Late-stage complications, perforation of the mucoperiosteum, maxillary sinusitis, mandibular fractures, failed osseointegration, bony defects, periapical implant lesion.
  • Prevention of legal issues, consents pre/ post-op instructions.